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How to obtain the frequency dependent properties in a ruber like material

    • Haiquan
      Subscriber

      Dear ANSYS support team

      I am going to perform the viscoelasticity harmonic for a ruber like material at room temperature. Material supplier told me they only can do the compression DMA test for such frequency dependent properties, I am worried about the simulation accuracy with properties obtained with a comprssion test. Is there a requirement for such material properties testing? Is there a test standard? Thank you!

       

    • Bill Bulat
      Ansys Employee

       

      Please have a look at this solution:

      /knowledge/forums/topic/how-can-one-convert-frequency-and-temperature-dependent-viscoelastic-data-to-a-prony-series-for-use-in-ansys-mechanical/

       

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